B.G., Juvenile Ready New Albums, Promise Hot Boyz Reunion
Slowly, but surely, all members of the Cash Money crew are making their way back to the spotlight. After three years outside of the mainstream hip-hop scene, former Hot Boy B.G. is set to drop his new album 'Too Hood 2 Be Hollywood,' on Nov.24, following Juvenile's 'Cocky & Confident,' which will hit stores on Nov. 17.
B.G. announced that in addition to guest appearances from his former crew members, Juvenile and Lil Wayne, he has recruited Trey Songz, Young Jeezy and T.I. for the album, which will be produced by Mannie Fresh. The album will be released on Chopper City and Atlantic Records, following the release of his first single, 'Back to the Money.'
On the heels of all the recent updates about new projects and collaborations, Juvenile discussed rumored reunion between the Hot Boys crew in a recent interview and confirmed that, so far, both B.G. and Lil Wayne were on board. "It's definitely gonna be a Hot Boy$ reunion. I be talking to Baby like everyday," he said. "That's all I can tell you, the ball is in their hands right now. We definitely been in the studio but the songs we recorded earlier got leaked but people know we definitely been in the studio."
Juvenile said that the status of the Hot Boy's fourth member, Turk, was still up in the air as the New Orleans rapper continues to serve jail time for the attempted murder of Memphis police officer back in 2004. "I spoke to Turk months back and he told me he was getting out of jail. Then I heard he signed with J. Prince (Rap-A-Lot) so I really don't know what Turk's situation is," he said.
In 2001 B.G., Juvenile and Turk departed from the Cash Money label and have attempted to schedule several reunion concerts since then.